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  • Class experiment ended 3 years ago people.

    Woot Woot!

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    Woot Woot!

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    • #3
      someone12 do you ever stop to think that these children didn't ask for this. they had no choice they are just asking for a little help in trying to stay. Read the post he appears educated. He can speak english, cut him a break at least he is asking how to change. Tell me someone what exactly is a child suposed to do? "Mommy I don't want to go I'm going to support myself?" in this case his mother should be punished not him.

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      • #4
        I have complete sympathy for people who were brought here as children and now know enough to realize they need to be legal but don't know what to do. Their parents made the decision for them to bring them here and often they don't even speak the language of their native country or have relatives there. To expect them to hop a plane and "go back" is more than ridiculous in these types of circumstances. Why not help hurricane victims as well as give people in these types of situations (people who were brought as children) a path to becoming legal?

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        • #5
          all, I'm saying is that if they are productive members of society they should be given a chance. same as others, don't let them into the governments pocket but allow them a path to stay. I mean, by all means deport the local dealer. but help the starving student get the idea?? you selfish piece of ****. you came here as an immigrant. if you needed help wouldn't you hope that understandng americans would do so?

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          • #6
            Rolando--If you're a senior in high school, you're probably not 18 quite yet.
            As far as I'm aware (I'm not a lawyer) you don't start to accrue illegal stay and a 10-year-bar until you're 18. If you want to go to school here and get legal here, your best bet may be to go back to your homeland and apply to colleges here for an F-1 visa. Even community colleges these days accept foreign students and are likely to be within your reach. If you remain here, then you won't really have a way to legalize without returning to your homeland anyway, unless Congress passes an amnesty.

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            • #7
              Still learning asked why we don't legalize all these illegal alien "children". We don't legalize them for the same reason we oppose any amnesty. All amnesties have done is create a greater lure for people who think that there's another one coming. Illegal immigration actually increased after the 1986 amnesty, and has continued to rise despite "mini-amnesties" such as TPS and 245i. After Bush announced his guest worker program last year, illegal immigration through the Southern Border again increased above its usual levels, and in a poll commissioned by the White House, those caught entering illegally very often said they were coming for the amnesty.

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              • #8
                I'm not sifting though all the posts here to find it but you have already admitted that you yourself were at one point standing in line for you LRP card so BULL**** I say to your comments above. Try and keep your stories straight!!!!!!!!!

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                • #9
                  Someone, your not worth it. aliba great advice I would say leave now and finish high school through an american distance learning school try James madison high school heard great things. Thinking bout it for my sister. This would still give you the US diploma. Then apply for student visa. Do you have any american siblings? If so they can petition you once they are 21 (not sure if it can be done while you in us) somthing to think about.
                  best of luck,
                  please do it the right way.
                  syd

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                  • #10
                    If you happen to visit the British Library in London, you will find your roots.
                    How you became an American Citizen.

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                    • #11
                      Aliba... I don't know what the best answer is but I still think that expecting people who were brought here and raised here to "return" is ridiculous. Return to what? A foreign country? I understand what you're saying perfectly... but there has to be an answer in all of this mess somewhere.

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                      • #12
                        And I still think it's ridiculous to amnesty illegal aliens, regardless of how they were brought here. This young man's parents knew precisely what they were doing, and they made that choice on his behalf, knowing full well that he and they wouldn't have legal status. It is their responsibility to look out for him.
                        As for expecting him to return to his homeland, why is that so unheard of? He and his parents managed to come here, to what was a foreign land, illegally, quite possibly without knowing the language, but now it's so outrageous to expect him to return to his homeland? For that matter, the official line is that foreign students come here to get an education to take back for the betterment of their homelands. Why should he be any different than they? To now say that because of their illegal acts, an illegal alien and his parents should benefit by getting legal status is to say that our immigration laws don't matter. Just bring your kid and through him you will be able to eventually get legalized. Heaven knows, enough illegal aliens try this by giving birth here.

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                        • #13
                          Someone 12 (should read someone who acts like hes 12) does NOT speak for ALL Americans and frankly, he sounds like a hateful, ignorant, jugemental shell shocked little boy who does NOT represent the foundation of what this country stands for. I'm sure you get a sick thrill out of "hate talk" so guess what --
                          dont bother to respond, believe me it won't matter nor will it be read.

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                          • #14
                            Someone12 is a senile and demented woman from third world. Please forgive her.

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                            • #15
                              Hi Rolando Vargas...

                              AliBa has the best answer for you...if you are not 18 yrs old then u must go to ur home country...clear SAT or GRE whatever takes you to get admission in ur desirable speciality and apply for F1 student visa...they are not that hard to get if you qualify for that... that way you will have legal status here and can continue your studies...

                              other option for you to get legal here is if you reach your legal age to marry someone and go through that process I 601 etc....good luck...Pasha

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